From 13th-16th September, the University of Salamanca will host the 5th edition of CEDI (Spanish Conference of Computer Science) (http://www.congresocedi.es), the most important computer conference in Spain. The Conference, which expects more than 1000 participants, brings together the best researchers, teachers and professionals whose common interest is the world of computer science.

The 5th edition of this multidisciplinary congress will be hosted by the University of Salamanca, the BISITE research group and the Computer Science Society of Spain (SCIE). Juan M. Corchado Rodríguezis the President of the Conference, while Juan Francisco de Paz and Javier Bajo, also members of our research group, will serve as co-chairs in the organizing committee. Finally, Pastora Vega, director of the Department of Informatics and Automation, with Francisco Tirado, Complutese of the University of Madrid, are the presidents of the scientific committee.

CEDI 2016 aims to serve as a framework for meetings between professionals, researchers, teachers, etc. within the scope of computer engineering. The event has been structured as a multi-conference organized by the different computer science companies that compose the SCIE. Each scientific event is oriented to a specific field of computer science, so as to encompass all current issues.

CEDI 2016 aims to serve as a framework for meetings between professionals, researchers, teachers, etc. within the scope of computer engineering. The event has been structured as a multi-conference organized by the different computer science companies that compose the SCIE. Each scientific event is oriented to a specific field of computer science, so as to encompass all current issues.

Natural Language Processing, Data Mining, Real Time Systems, Computer Education, and Artificial Intelligence are some of the topics covered in their respective events.

The associated events are available in the official page of the Conference:s http://www.congresocedi.es, Also you can follow the news trough  Facebook and Twitter.

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